The TOMODACHI-Uniqlo Fellowship will provide financial support for a student from Japan who is enrolled in the MFA Fashion Design and Society program. This fellowship has been made possible by the generous support of the U.S.-Japan Council and Uniqlo.
The TOMODACHI-Uniqlo Fellowship is open to applicants from Japan and provides financial support up to the full cost of attendance (tuition and living expenses) for the two-year program. The amount awarded is based on the student’s financial need.
In addition, the fellowship recipient will have the opportunity to participate in a summer internship at Fast Retailing Co., Ltd., during the summer after his or her first year in the program.
The TOMODACHI-Uniqlo Fellowship seeks candidates who meet the following criteria:
To be considered, individuals must be accepted to Parsons’ MFA Fashion Design and Society program and complete a scholarship application. Parsons will review all applications and select a recipient on the basis of financial need and the criteria listed above.
The scholarship application for the TOMODACHI-Uniqlo fellowship will be posted soon; please check this page often for updates. In the meantime, inquiries can be addressed to Shelley Fox, Donna Karan Professor of Fashion and director of the MFA in Fashion Design and Society, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information about scholarships and grants that may be available, visit Student Financial Services.